Category Archives: Film Festivals
SXSW reveals programming for Midnighters, Special Events, Short Film lineup and festival favorites including Morris From America and Hunt for the Wilderpeople.
Another Sundance Film Festival has been logged in the books and there were some record-breaking deals, some polarizing films, some VERY early Oscar buzz, and a movie that was dubbed the “farting corpse movie”.
Grand Jury Prizes and Audience Awards were handed out to the top films and three more big deals were made as the Sundance Film Festival of 2016 came to a close.
Your guide to the exclusive parties and events at this year’s Sundance Film Festival! Get exclusive info on over 350 parties, events, lounges and panels! (This list will be updated as the event goes on!)
Two more big deals for movies with Nick Jonas and Kim Jong-il (yes, that Kim Jong-il) have been made as the Sundance Film Festival enters its final days.
The 2016 Slamdance Film Festival has announced the winners for its Narrative, Documentary, Short Film and Audience Awards.
It’s the seventh day of the festival and more studio deals pop up for a heartwrenching doc about cyberbullying, Clea DuVall’s directorial debut, a street magician drug dealer, and a movie about a nerdy quiz team trying to lose their virginity.
Now that the festival’s biggest purchase has been made, things are starting to get a little quieter at Sundance — but that doesn’t mean films aren’t getting snatched up by studios. Acquisitions are still being made on some of the festival’s most buzzed about titles and the first round of awards have been handed out for short filmmaking.
GLAAD has announced its full list of nominees for the 27th Annual GLAAD Media Awards ahead of its events in Los Angeles on April 2nd and New York City on May 14th, 2016. The awards recognize and honor various branches of media for their outstanding representations of the LGBT community and the issues that affect their lives.
We’re halfway through Sundance and people are still buzzing about Daniel Radcliffe’s “farting corpse” movie. More importantly, studios are paying top dollar for the hottest movies playing at the festival — and The Birth of a Nation is one of them.
There’s a lot of Sundance news to report: a top-dollar deal was made, a film that initially sounded good wasn’t received well by audiences and lots of tears were shed at another picutre. Plus, we have a clip from Frank & Lola starring Michael Shannon and two short films to show you in their entirety.
With the first day of Sundance underway, there will definitely be plenty of studio deals, bidding wars, trailers, clips and news during the festival — and we’re here to give you a daily wrap up of all the big developments from Park City. Read about what deals were made before the festival started and watch some trailers and clips from the most anticipated films.
With Sundance kicking off, we’re bringing you our picks for what’s worth watching at the festival. See which films playing in the NEXT and Midnight Programming categories caught our attention.
With Sundance kicking off this weekend, we’re bringing you our picks for what’s worth watching at the festival. We’ve covered the domestic films, now it’s time to see what the entire world has to offer.
With Sundance just around the corner, we’re bringing you our picks for what’s worth watching at the festival. The Spotlight, Special Events and Shorts program include something new from J.J. Abrams, Cannes-darling The Lobster, and Don Cheadle as Miles Davis.
With Sundance just around the corner, we’re bringing you our picks for what’s worth watching at the festival. The contenders for the U.S. Documentary Competition are varied, from religious cults to political sex scandals. Here are handful that you should put on your list.
On Sunday, the London Critics’ Circle selected Mad Max: Fury Road as its Best Film of the Year, its director, George Miller as Director of the Year, and its star, Tom Hardy, as British/Irish Actor of the Year. See the complete list of winners here.
Your guide to the exclusive parties and events at this year’s Sundance Film Festival! Get exclusive info on over 250 parties, events, panels and parties! (This list will be updated as the event goes on!)
The 66th Annual Berlin International Film Festival is less than a month away. The festival, which takes place February 11th to 21st, will see Joel and Ethan Coen’s Hail, Caesar! open the week and Meryl Streep serve as the jury president.
With Sundance just around the corner, we’re bringing you our picks for what’s worth watching at the festival. From films about the New Zealand bush, ’80s teen new wave bands, and–you guessed it–wiener dogs, here is a hearty serving of some of the most intriguing films in the ‘Premieres’ category.
The Sundance Film Festival has announced their selections for their Premieres and Documentary Premieres categories. The films, made by established names as well as up-and-comers, represent all genres and a multitude of nationalities.
The 2016 Slamdance Film Festival lineup is out! Twenty films, twelve narrative and eight documentary, have been selected to compete at the 22nd edition of the festival during January 22-28. Check out the lineup here.
The 2015 Independent Spirit Awards nominations are out! The ceremony was founded by Film Independent, a non-profit organization dedicated to independent film and independent filmmakers. Check out this year’s nominations here!
We’ve partnered with the ISA Spotlight to provide the opportunity to highlight the winning screenplays and to introduce you to these talented writers. Control by Steve Lewis, Weimar by Ben Maraniss, and The Dark of Night by Denise Meyers took home the Grand Prizes for the 2015 Austin Table Read My Screenplay Contest.
We’ve got the complete list of this year’s winners of the 2015 Austin Film Festival Screenplay & Teleplay Competition and Film Competition. Plus, we’re offering an exclusive promo code in honor of this year’s festival for 10% off any Tracking Board of Launch Pad product.
The 22nd annual Austin Film Festival kicks off on Wednesday October 28th and continues through Thursday November 5th with panels, pitch events, film screenings, script readings, and of course, parties. In honor of this year’s fest, we’re offering a 10% discount code to use towards memberships and coverage services…
The 11th NYTVF took place from October 19th to 24th in Manhattan, with thousands of artists, fans, and industry attendees taking advantage of the screenings, red carpet premieres, panels, and parties that took place across multiple venues. We have the complete list of winners and honorees from the festival.
7,442 screenplays were narrowed down to 12 finalists. From those 12 finalists, here are the 5 winners of the 30th Annual Nicholl Fellowship.
The 11th annual New York TV Festival, or NYTVF, kicks off on Monday, October 19th and runs until October 24th. We’ve got your full festival schedule here, which includes appearances by Dan Harmon, Lisa Ling, Morgan Spurlock, and W. Kamau Bell.